1. seattlemysterybooks:

September 1946 issue
stories included:
T.T. Flynn, “My Kingdom for a Corpse” (Mr. Maddox)
C. William Harrison, “Twice Murdered - Once Dead” (Hannibal Smith)
William R. Cox, “Game, Set and Murder” (Malachi Manatee)
Fergus Truslow, “I Can’t Give You Anything But Death”
C.M. Kornbluth, “A Ghoul and His Money”
Lou Hall, “Quiet Please!”
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    September 1946 issue

    stories included:

    T.T. Flynn, “My Kingdom for a Corpse” (Mr. Maddox)

    C. William Harrison, “Twice Murdered - Once Dead” (Hannibal Smith)

    William R. Cox, “Game, Set and Murder” (Malachi Manatee)

    Fergus Truslow, “I Can’t Give You Anything But Death”

    C.M. Kornbluth, “A Ghoul and His Money”

    Lou Hall, “Quiet Please!”

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  2. seattlemysterybooks:

September 1935 issue
stories included:
Carroll John Daly, “Some Die Hard” (Race Williams)
Erle Stanley Gardner, “Crimson Jade”
O.B. Myers, “The White Mask”
Norvell W. Page, “Satan’s Sideshow”
Cornell Woolrich, “The Corpse and the Kid”
cover art by Walter Baumhofer
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    September 1935 issue

    stories included:

    Carroll John Daly, “Some Die Hard” (Race Williams)

    Erle Stanley Gardner, “Crimson Jade”

    O.B. Myers, “The White Mask”

    Norvell W. Page, “Satan’s Sideshow”

    Cornell Woolrich, “The Corpse and the Kid”

    cover art by Walter Baumhofer

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  3. seattlemysterybooks:

February 1936 issue
stories included:
Carroll John Daly, “Corpse & Co.” (Race Williams)
William E. Barrett, “The Tattooed Cop” (Needle Mike)
T.T. Flynn, “The Bride of the Beast” (Steve Waring)
Donald S. Aitken, “Postlude to Murder”
Robert Sidney Bowen, “The Flying Coffin” (Kip Lacey of Central Airways)
cover art by Tom Lovell
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    February 1936 issue

    stories included:

    Carroll John Daly, “Corpse & Co.” (Race Williams)

    William E. Barrett, “The Tattooed Cop” (Needle Mike)

    T.T. Flynn, “The Bride of the Beast” (Steve Waring)

    Donald S. Aitken, “Postlude to Murder”

    Robert Sidney Bowen, “The Flying Coffin” (Kip Lacey of Central Airways)

    cover art by Tom Lovell

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  4. gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Dime Detective, May 1949.

 (via Cash Wale’s Carnival Kill)

    gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

    Dime Detective, May 1949.

    (via Cash Wale’s Carnival Kill)

  5. seattlemysterybooks:

philsp.com
May 1949 issue
stories included:
Peter Paige, “Cash Wale’s Carnival Kill” (Cash Wale)
Theodore Sturgeon, “Die, Maestro, Die!”
Carroll John Daly, “Half a Corpse” (Race Williams)
Larry J. Marcus, “Dead Man Blues”
R.M.F. Joses, “Bad to the Last Drop”
Robert Carlton, “Sealed with a Kiss” (Mike Brent)
John D. MacDonald, “You’ll Never Escape”
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    philsp.com

    May 1949 issue

    stories included:

    Peter Paige, “Cash Wale’s Carnival Kill” (Cash Wale)

    Theodore Sturgeon, “Die, Maestro, Die!”

    Carroll John Daly, “Half a Corpse” (Race Williams)

    Larry J. Marcus, “Dead Man Blues”

    R.M.F. Joses, “Bad to the Last Drop”

    Robert Carlton, “Sealed with a Kiss” (Mike Brent)

    John D. MacDonald, “You’ll Never Escape”

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  6. turhansbeycompany:

pulpfrog:

Dime Detective - August, 1939

Well. Women in refrigerators coincidentally date to the earliest years of superheroes.

    turhansbeycompany:

    pulpfrog:

    Dime Detective - August, 1939

    Well. Women in refrigerators coincidentally date to the earliest years of superheroes.

  7. seattlemysterybooks:

honeyshack:

via www.philsp.com

February 1949 issue
stories included:
Andrew Holt, “Some Like ‘Em Cold!” (Shamus Reed)
Russell Bender, “Here’s Lead in Your Teeth”
Robert Martin, “Homicidal Honey” (Lee Fiske)
Michael O’Hillard, “Sinner’s Haven” (P.I. Thorne)
William P. McGivern, “One Lesson in Larceny”
Frederick C. Davis, “Don’t Talk, Chump!”
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    honeyshack:

    via www.philsp.com

    February 1949 issue

    stories included:

    Andrew Holt, “Some Like ‘Em Cold!” (Shamus Reed)

    Russell Bender, “Here’s Lead in Your Teeth”

    Robert Martin, “Homicidal Honey” (Lee Fiske)

    Michael O’Hillard, “Sinner’s Haven” (P.I. Thorne)

    William P. McGivern, “One Lesson in Larceny”

    Frederick C. Davis, “Don’t Talk, Chump!”

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  8. seattlemysterybooks:

gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Dime Detective Magazine, March 1938.
(via Rough Edges: Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Dime Detective, March 1938)

stories included:
Carroll John Daly, “A Corpse on the House” (Race Williams)
Raymond Chandler, “The King in Yellow” (Steve Grace, housedick) - first appearance of this story, one often reprinted
Frederick C. Davis, “Crimson Broadcast” (Keyhole Kerry)
William Edward Hayes, “Death by Enlargement”
Maxwell Hawkins, “Rx Murder”
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

    Dime Detective Magazine, March 1938.

    (via Rough Edges: Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Dime Detective, March 1938)


    stories included:

    Carroll John Daly, “A Corpse on the House” (Race Williams)

    Raymond Chandler, “The King in Yellow” (Steve Grace, housedick) - first appearance of this story, one often reprinted

    Frederick C. Davis, “Crimson Broadcast” (Keyhole Kerry)

    William Edward Hayes, “Death by Enlargement”

    Maxwell Hawkins, “Rx Murder”

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  9. seattlemysterybooks:

November 1969 issue
stories included:
Carroll John Daly, “The White-Headed Corpse” (Race Williams)
Michael Sutton, “The Devil’s Portrait”
Jan Dana, “Too Week to Kill” (Acme Indemnity Op)
Dale Clark, “The Short and Merry One”
Roger Torrey, “Fire Test”
Maurice Beam, “Mind Over Matter”
Robert K. Adams, “Curtain Call”
D.L. Champion, “Dumb Dick”
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    November 1969 issue

    stories included:

    Carroll John Daly, “The White-Headed Corpse” (Race Williams)

    Michael Sutton, “The Devil’s Portrait”

    Jan Dana, “Too Week to Kill” (Acme Indemnity Op)

    Dale Clark, “The Short and Merry One”

    Roger Torrey, “Fire Test”

    Maurice Beam, “Mind Over Matter”

    Robert K. Adams, “Curtain Call”

    D.L. Champion, “Dumb Dick”

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    (Source: girlsattack)

  10. seattlemysterybooks:

July 1, 1935 issue
stories included:
Leslie T. White, “Mother of Murder” (Arthur Barney)
Cornell Woolrich, “Red Liberty”
Frederick C. Davis, “Doorway to Doom” (Oke  Oakley)
John Lawrence, “The Eyes of the Blind” (Det. Christopher Rome)
John K. Butler, “Fog Over Frisco” (Rex Lonergan)
photo and profile of Woolrich appeared on p. 126
cover art by Walter Baumhofer
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    July 1, 1935 issue

    stories included:

    Leslie T. White, “Mother of Murder” (Arthur Barney)

    Cornell Woolrich, “Red Liberty”

    Frederick C. Davis, “Doorway to Doom” (Oke  Oakley)

    John Lawrence, “The Eyes of the Blind” (Det. Christopher Rome)

    John K. Butler, “Fog Over Frisco” (Rex Lonergan)

    photo and profile of Woolrich appeared on p. 126

    cover art by Walter Baumhofer

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  11. pulpcovers:

The Man From Limbo http://ift.tt/1lvpYcf

    pulpcovers:

    The Man From Limbo http://ift.tt/1lvpYcf

  12. seattlemysterybooks:

pulpcovers:

The Merry Queen Of Murder http://ift.tt/1gTX42D

April 1949
stories included:
Robert Martin, “Murder the Bum” (Stephen Abbott)
Frederick C. Davis, “The Merry Queen of Murder” (Thackeray Hackett)
John D. MacDonald, “The Corpse Belongs to Daddy” (Donald Cheyne)
James A. Kirch, “Shoot If You Must” (Brad Harkness)
Dorothy Dunn, “Oblivion for Me” (Holllis Dorsey)
Johanas L. Bouma, “Bury Your Own Dead” (Joe Bowers)
Stuart Friedman, “Angel in the Deathhouse” (Thad Preston)
Jack Winters, “Slayer at Sea” (Thomas Brain)

    seattlemysterybooks:

    pulpcovers:

    The Merry Queen Of Murder http://ift.tt/1gTX42D

    April 1949

    stories included:

    Robert Martin, “Murder the Bum” (Stephen Abbott)

    Frederick C. Davis, “The Merry Queen of Murder” (Thackeray Hackett)

    John D. MacDonald, “The Corpse Belongs to Daddy” (Donald Cheyne)

    James A. Kirch, “Shoot If You Must” (Brad Harkness)

    Dorothy Dunn, “Oblivion for Me” (Holllis Dorsey)

    Johanas L. Bouma, “Bury Your Own Dead” (Joe Bowers)

    Stuart Friedman, “Angel in the Deathhouse” (Thad Preston)

    Jack Winters, “Slayer at Sea” (Thomas Brain)

  13. seattlemysterybooks:

gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Dime Detective Magazine, June 1939.
(via Davy Crockett’s Almanack of Mystery, Adventure and The Wild West: Forgotten (and FREE) Stories: Race Williams returns in “A Corpse in the Hand” by Carroll John Daly)

stories include:
Carroll John Daly, “A Corpse in the Hand” (Race Williams)
John Lawrence, “Death of Twelve Months” (Marquis of Broadway)
William E. Barrett, “Bad to the Last” (Blue Barrel)
George Armin Shaftel, “Murder in her Sleep”
Fred MacIsaac, “Fatal Fall-Guy” (Rambler Murphy)
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

    Dime Detective Magazine, June 1939.

    (via Davy Crockett’s Almanack of Mystery, Adventure and The Wild West: Forgotten (and FREE) Stories: Race Williams returns in “A Corpse in the Hand” by Carroll John Daly)

    stories include:

    Carroll John Daly, “A Corpse in the Hand” (Race Williams)

    John Lawrence, “Death of Twelve Months” (Marquis of Broadway)

    William E. Barrett, “Bad to the Last” (Blue Barrel)

    George Armin Shaftel, “Murder in her Sleep”

    Fred MacIsaac, “Fatal Fall-Guy” (Rambler Murphy)

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  14. gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Dime Detective Magazine, June 1939.

 (via Davy Crockett’s Almanack of Mystery, Adventure and The Wild West: Forgotten (and FREE) Stories: Race Williams returns in “A Corpse in the Hand” by Carroll John Daly)

    gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

    Dime Detective Magazine, June 1939.

    (via Davy Crockett’s Almanack of Mystery, Adventure and The Wild West: Forgotten (and FREE) Stories: Race Williams returns in “A Corpse in the Hand” by Carroll John Daly)

  15. bookbeastfeast:

It Had to Be Murder is an excellent short story by Cornell Woolrich which serves as the solid foundation for Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window. Completely lacking the extraneous  details and unnecessary love story attached to the Hollywood film, It Had to Be Murder is a great choice for a rainy night reading and has a gory ending that leaves everyone happy.

    bookbeastfeast:

    It Had to Be Murder is an excellent short story by Cornell Woolrich which serves as the solid foundation for Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window. Completely lacking the extraneous  details and unnecessary love story attached to the Hollywood film, It Had to Be Murder is a great choice for a rainy night reading and has a gory ending that leaves everyone happy.